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Friendship and benefaction in James

Author: Alicia J Batten
Publisher: Atlanta : SBL Press, 2017.
Series: Emory studies in early Christianity, vol. 15.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Alicia J Batten
ISBN: 0884142450 9780884142454
OCLC Number: 992536112
Notes: Originally published by Deo Publishing, 2010 --Title page verso.
Description: 1 online resource (vi, 222 pages).
Contents: Machine generated contents note: ch. 1 Introduction --
Structure and Method --
ch. 2 Friendship in Antiquity --
Introduction --
Virtues of Friends --
"One Mind/Soul" --
"All in Common" --
Friendship and Fictive Kinship Language --
Friendship with God --
Conclusion --
ch. 3 Friendship, Patronage and Benefaction --
Introduction --
Friendship, Politics and Society --
Benefaction --
Patronage --
Patronage, Friendship and Flattery --
Conclusion --
ch. 4 Exordium: James 1:2 --
18 --
Introduction --
James as a Letter --
James and Rhetoric --
James 1:2 --
18 --
A. Common Features of the Exordium --
B. James 1:2 --
18 as an Exordium --
C. Friendship and Benefaction within the Exordium --
Conclusion --
ch. 5 Challenge to Patronage --
Introduction --
James 2:1 --
13 --
A. Rhetorical Structure --
B. Friendship, Patronage and Benefaction in James 2:1 --
13 --
James 2:14 --
26 --
A. Rhetorical Structure --
B. Friendship and Benefaction in James 2:14 --
26 --
Conclusion --
ch. 6 Friendship with God: James 3:13 --
4:10 --
Introduction --
James 3:13 --
4:10 --
A. Rhetorical Structure --
B. Friendship, Patronage and Benefaction in James 3:13 --
4:10 --
Conclusion --
ch. 7 Conclusion --
Introduction --
Patronage as an Exigence --
Audience --
Rhetorical Constraints --
Conclusion.
Series Title: Emory studies in early Christianity, vol. 15.
Responsibility: by Alicia J. Batten.

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